One month has passed since an insurrectional movement began in Chile. The mass uprising has placed the reactionary government of Piñera against the ropes.
Last Friday, the Iranian government made a surprise announcement of deep cuts to fuel subsidies. Since then, tens of thousands of youth have taken to the streets.
“A phantom is haunting Europe.” With this celebrated phrase, Marx and Engels proclaimed the dawn of a new stage in human history. Now a phantom is haunting, not just Europe, but the whole world.
A powerful revolutionary movement has erupted in Lebanon, spanning the entire country and dramatically changing the political situation.
Chile is living through a historic mobilization of a level not seen since the protests that toppled the dictator Pinochet.
Facing severe fuel and food shortages, and a totally inept and corrupt government, the masses have again taken to the streets to fight for a way out of the economic and social crisis.
The movement in Ecuador against Lenín Moreno’s IMF-inspired austerity package, which began on October 2, has reached insurrectionary proportions.
Despite increasing pressure from Beijing and the Carrie Lam government, the movement is entering its second month with growing militancy.
Three months have passed since the Sudanese masses rose up and overthrew General Omar al-Bashir, the dictator who ruled Sudan with an iron fist for thirty years.
Recent days have fallen like an avalanche on the political ambitions of Governor Ricardo Rosselló. The power of the working class has brought Mr. Ricky to his knees.
Today marks the tenth consecutive day of protests calling for the resignation of Puerto Rico’s Governor, Ricardo Rosselló.
Hundreds of thousands of workers, peasants, and poor took to the streets of Sudan to protest against the vicious rule of the Junta.